Large Flora Bud Studs
$ 50.00 AUD
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The Flora Bud studs in Large are so simple and sweet in their beauty. Inspired by the ancient Roman goddess Flora, the goddess of the flowers and spring, these studs signify the new plant life of spring with buds of new growth along each line of the triangle.
These studs are made from sterling silver and come beautifully presented on a backing card within a glossy white display box – perfect to give as a gift or receive in the mail for yourself.
Slight variances may exist between the photo and item as these are handcrafted pieces.
+ Australian designed
+ Australian made
+ Some recycled pieces
Meg Watson Jewellery is designed and made in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Learn more about Meg Watson Jewellery here.
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